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Whether you've broken a bone, gone through airport security or simply watched an episode of any given medical drama, you're familiar with the ubiquitous X-ray. Since the discovery of X-ray technology on this day in 1895 by German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Rontgen, the medical field has become much better equipped to find out which of your teeth are rotten and how many Legos your dog has swallowed. History isn't full of fun examples of what doctors did beforehand. We're sure many Legos went undiscovered. Truly, the pre-X-ray era was a dark age. 

To celebrate X-ray Day, we've collected 10 comics radiating humor that you can *look through*, below.

 

Off the Mark By Mark Parisi April 19, 2010

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The Argyle Sweater By Scott Hilburn June 26, 2017

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The Flying McCoys By Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy Sept 30, 2016

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Ziggy By Tom Wilson & Tom II Mar 3, 2016

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The Duplex By Glenn McCoy and Gary McCoy Feb 7, 2016

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